The Comic Book Men Comic Book Pull List: March 11, 2015
They can talk about comics all day long on Comic Book Men, but have you ever wondered what comics the guys from the Secret Stash are actually reading? Mike Zapcic and Ming Chen share what they’re pulling off the shelves from this week’s new comic book releases…
THE WALKING DEAD #138
"We find out if Maggie has actually been poisoned by Gregory...plus, Carl gets some! Yeah, post-apocalyptic booty call, that's what I'M talking about!"
VOL. 2: BUSCEMA VARIANT EDITION
"I absolutely love this stuff! Reprinting Silver Age classics by writer Roy Thomas and legendary artists Don Heck and John Buscema, this awesome hardcover collects Avengers (1963) #31-58 and Annual #1-2, X-Men (1963) #45, and material from Not Brand ECHH (1967) #5 and #8. It's cover to cover game-changing moments: first character appearances, epic battles, crossovers galore. Definitely a must have for any Avengers fan."
ASTRO CITY PRIVATE LIVES
"In these tales from Astro City #11-16, Kurt Busiek takes us into the private lives of the world's greatest defenders and lets us grab a peek into their quieter moments. I'd actually move to Astro City if it were real!"
BILL & TED'S MOST TRIUMPHANT RETURN #1
"Wyld Stallions Rule! I'm a huge fan of both Bill & Ted movies and putting them in comic book form means that they can get into even more crazy time travel adventures. More things are afoot at the Circle K, no doubt. This one has the added bonus of being written by a friend of Brian Lynch, who is probably the one guy I'd go and time travel with."
HOWARD THE DUCK #1
"As seen at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy and in that classic George Lucas movie. For some of us, this will be the first time picking up a Howard the Duck comic ever. Nevertheless - he is back! Could another movie made by Marvel be far behind? Written by Chip Zdarsky of Sex Criminals fame."
STAR WARS #3
"Han and Leia have just commanded an AT-AT - need I say more? The action and adventure in this series have been pretty amazing. Things like this is what comics books were made for my friends!"
THE WALKING DEAD #138
"The cover alone raises questions - is that a gun? A sword? That belt buckle means business. Is that a Whisperer? I can't wait to answer all of these."
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